Nietzsche was not anti-semetic, in fact, in the small sections he does talk about eugenics, he talks about the important inclusion of the Jews. Nietzsche also saw the state as product of the herd, he craed the breeding of human excellence, which he believed could not be compatible with a social view of equality. How he intended to implement this was never elaborated because Nietzche was not concerned with political matters in large, especially the forming of a political system. Though it is clear he advocated a aristocracy, and he did not believe in equality
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Yale University Press, This Pin was discovered by Muse Atelier. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Feb 12, · Friedrich Nietzsche’s “On the Genealogy of Morality” includes his theory on man’s development of “bad conscience.” Nietzsche believes that when transitioning from a free-roaming individual to a member of a community, man had to suppress his “will to .
Let’s take Friedrich Nietzsche (above). While most of us couldn’t possibly reach the great heights of iconoclastic solitude he scaled—and I’m not sure that we would want to—we might find his daily balance of the kinetic, aesthetic, gustatory, and contemplative worth aiming at.
Nietzsche hinted that Beethoven, perhaps Napoleon, and a few other thinkers like Socrates and Goethe at least came close, but there aren't really any definitive examples. Like for instance I ponder if George Carlin or DC's Superman are good examples, however I do not believe I currently comprehend all that there is to the Superman.
“The only person with whom you have to compare yourself is you in the past.” – Sigmund Freud “Return to a simpler life, and you will see that behind the expensive cars, the fashionable clothes, the empty celebrities, the fancy houses and the thick layers of make – up life has real meaning.
Jan 26, · Friedrich Nietzsche, George Orwell, Alduous Huxley, Ayn Rand It seems to me that Western culture has devolved into a state that has been anticipated by the above literary artists/philosophers.
The rabble seems to have become the "last man" of which Zarathustra spoke.